Man Of Steel

Man Of Steel
The planet Krypton is dying. In order to save his son, Kal-El, from the same fate, Jor-El sends his son away, but not before General Zod discovers his plan. Landing on Earth, Kal-El is discovered by Jonathan and Martha Kent, and is raised as their son, Clark. It doesn’t take Clark long to realize that he has special abilities that make him stand out from regular people. As he tries to come to terms with what he’s capable of, General Zod discovers his location and comes to Earth to seek him out. Here are a few movie mistakes to look for in “Man of Steel”.

· The school bus crashes into the water and side door is closed when it starts to sink. Clark pushes the bus out the water and the side door is open. It’s closed when he brings Pete out the water.

· A young Clark is trying to save Pete from the water after the school bus crashes. One of the girls on the bus sees what Clark is doing. In the close-up, when she watches Clark go back to save Pete, she’s hunkered behind the last seat on the bus. In the farther view, the same girl is standing and partly out of the bus door.

· During the chaos, Perry is with Jenny and Robert as they run down an alley. In the view of the alley, the car closest to them is destroyed. It cuts to a view of Perry and Robert trying to get Jenny out. The same car is in the background and gets destroyed again.

· An adult Clark is working on a fishing boat. He sees a bunch of rope in several pieces fall to the deck. In the close-up, when he reaches down to pick up the rope, it’s now in a single coil.

· Superman gets sent careening down the street by Faora-Ul and Nam-Ek, the giant Kryptonian. In the wider view, when he skids along the asphalt, the street is cracked and has rubble. Faora-Ul turn to look and the view of Superman getting off the ground shows there are only a few cracks.

“Man of Steel” (2013) stars Henry Cavill, Amy Adams, Michael Shannon, Diane Lane, Russell Crowe, Antje Traue, Harry Lennix, Richard Schiff, Christopher Meloni, Kevin Costner, Ayelet Zurer, and Laurence Fishburne. It runs 143 minutes and is rated PG-13 for intense sequences of sci-fi violence, action and destruction, and for some language.

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